Botanical name: Spiraea douglasii Family: Rosaceae (Rose family)
Douglas Spiraea is a woolly shrub growing 1-2 m tall from rhizomes, forming dense thickets. Large clusters of small pink flowers form spires in early summer, later turning dark and persisting. Flowers are small 5-petalled, with much protruding stamens. The leaves are elliptic-oblong, toothed toward the tips. The undersides are whitish with prominent veins. This plant is used as a garden plant in landscaping, where it grows best in sunny, moist places. It is native to western North America from Alaska across southwestern Canada and the Pacific Northwest.
Identification credit: Resin @ Dave's Garden
The flower labeled Douglas Spiraea is ...